How many ways can a Mac user grab a screenshot? Base on the number of screenshot tools in the Mac App Store, at least a few dozen, and they range from free to about $100. Here’s one that cost less than a buck and does something unique and very useful.
This neat app is cleverly titled Screenshot. As with many screenshot apps, this one resides in the Menubar and lets you take full screenshots with ease; even with keyboard shortcuts.
Even Apple built-in Grab app– which records an app window, an entire screen, a timed capture of the screen, and a section of the screen– does not do this.
Screenshot grabs an irregular portion of the Mac’s screen as if you outlined a section and captured only that section. This screenshot tells you about all you need to know.
Select Screenshot from the Menubar, point the Mac’s screen pointer to a section of the screen, draw around what you want to capture, and… well, done. While Screenshot works very well and is simple enough, it’s thin on additional features, and you won’t find much information about the app on the developer’s Tumblr site.